Sql server replication queued updating
We have setup a replication using 'transactional with queued updating'.If the publisher database crashes and some records in the subscriber database have not been replicated to the publisher database (and in the publisher database backup), how would we have to re-sync the data after restoring the publisher database and setting up replication without losing the new data in the subscriber database? Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question.SQL Server replication uses the publisher, distributor, and subscriber paradigm to provide logical data replication capability between different SQL Server instances, and sometime with heterogeneous data source or data destination.Replication uses the distribution databases hosted on a distributor to centrally manage and control the configuration and operation of data replication.This feature enhancement would be available with SQL Server 2017 CU6 and will be ported to SQL Server 2016 in a subsequent CU for SP2.
When published data is changed at either the Publisher or the Subscriber, the row receives a new globally unique identifier (GUID) to indicate that a new row version exists.
The conflict resolver choices are the following: When the conflict resolution is set to the Publisher wins, transactional consistency is maintained based on the data at the Publisher.
The conflicting transaction is rolled back at the Subscriber that initiated it.
Hi Kareem, I have a question: if I make a full backup and restore it to the secondary server before the configuration as replication...
will help to synchronize it faster than if I left empty that secondary server?